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Undella Bay


A pristine area of sea off the eastern coast of Unova.

Pokemon Encounters

Name Type Location Encounter Rate
"Wingull" IconWingull Water/Flying Surf 60%
"Pelipper" IconPelipper Water/Flying Surf 10%
"Mantyke" IconMantyke (except Winter) Water/Flying Surf 30%
"Spheal" IconSpheal (Winter only) Ice/Water Surf 30%
"Sealeo" IconSealeo (Winter only) Ice/Water Surf 30% (Rippling water)
"Wailmer" IconWailmer Water Surf 90% but 60% in Wint (Rippling water)
"Mantine" IconMantine (except Winter) Water/Flying Surf 5% (Rippling water)
"Walrein" IconWalrein (Winter only) Ice/Water Surf 5% (Rippling water)
"Wailord" IconWailord Water Surf 5% (Rippling water)
"Remoraid" IconRemoraid Water Super Rod 65%
"Shellder" IconShellder Water Super Rod 30%, 60% (Rippling water)
"Luvdisc" IconLuvdisc Water Super Rod 5%, 30% (Rippling water)
"Octillery" IconOctillery Water Super Rod 5% (Rippling water)
"Cloyster" IconCloyster Water/Ice Super Rod 5% (Rippling water)


Pearl, Stardust, Heart Scale

Points of Interest

  • Around the bay are a number of dark water patches; if you use Dive (obtained from Undella Town) above the patches, you can reach the Abyssal Ruins .


If you’ve been to Route 17 you should be familiar with how water routes work. This time there are no ocean currents to throw you off course, but you may notice some peculiar dark patches of water. Hopefully you grabbed HM06 Dive while in Undella Town because you’ll be needing it.

Besides being a great training spot for Grass or Electric Pokemon due to the abundance of Water-type trainers and wild Pokemon, Undella Bay is also the entrance to the mysterious Abyssal Ruins . Simply manoeuvre onto a dark patch and have your Water-type Pokemon use Dive to get in.

Each dark patch is a different entrance, so keep that in mind.

Trainer Battle: Swimmer

Pokemon Level Type
"Staryu" IconStaryu 63 Water
"Wingull" IconWingull 63 Water/Flying
"Jellicent" IconJellicent 63 Water/Ghost

Trainer Battle: Swimmer

Pokemon Level Type
"Quagsire" IconQuagsire 64 Water/Ground
"Golduck" IconGolduck 64 Water

Trainer Battle: Swimmer

Pokemon Level Type
"Shellder" IconShellder 63 Water
"Chinchou" IconChinchou 63 Water/Electric
"Jellicent" IconJellicent 63 Water/Ghost

Trainer Battle: Swimmer

Pokemon Level Type
"Corsola" IconCorsola 65 Water

Trainer Battle: Swimmer

Pokemon Level Type
"Wailmer" IconWailmer 64 Water
"Wailmer" IconWailmer 64 Water

Trainer Battle: Swimmer

Pokemon Level Type
"Seel" IconSeel 64 Water
"Alomomola" IconAlomomola 64 Water
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Guide Information
  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms,
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  • Guide Release
    30 May 2011
  • Last Updated
    21 February 2021
  • Guide Author
    Daniel Chaviers

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